Tourist Information

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An attractive old style town, Mount Barker lies on three important tourist routes - Albany Highway from Perth to Albany, Muir Highway linking the South West to the Great Southern through Manjimup and the Porongurup Road.

The spectacular Donkey OrchidThe spectacular spring wildflower season attracts large numbers of tourists, with both self-drive and coach travel being popular. The most popular forms of accommodation are caravan and camping parks and self-catering accommodation such as motels and chalets.

Good road systems provide attractive and well signed access to the south coast, with the spectacular coastline in the Denmark and Albany areas a comfortable half hour trip from the Mount Barker area. A few days stay at Mount Barker with planned daily trips to the many nearby tourists attractions will be a rewarding experience for any traveller.

Mount Barker Heritage Trail

Click here to download a copy of the Heritage Council's guide to the Mount Barker Heritage Trail.

Getting Here

Westrail provides daily passenger bus services on its Perth-Albany route with two services on Friday. In addition, tourist coaches pass through Mount Barker regularly and, during wildflower season, often en-route to local and regional tourist destinations. Skywest Airlines provides morning and evening services on weekdays and a daily flight on Saturday and Sunday from the Albany Airport, approximately 40km (25 minutes) south of Mount Barker on Albany Highway.

For More Information

THE CENTRE
The Shire of Plantagenet Administration Centre is located in Lowood Road Mount Barker, 359km south of Perth and 50km north of Albany on Albany Highway.
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ADMINISTRATION
Office Hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00am to 4.15pm
Phone (08) 9892 1111
Fax: (08) 9892 1100
Email: info@sop.wa.gov.au

LOCATION
22-24 Lowood Road
(PO Box 48)
Mount Barker WA 6324